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    What makes the difference? on the web or on the beach?

    Here on blogs, guys are eager to show off naked or at least their dicks. On the beach or in a park, if you ask someone you admire to show off with the pants down, they will whack your jaw and get a broken jaw.
    On a blog , it seems to be OK for people to admire them but on the ground they would think you are a nut case or weirdo. What is the difference?

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    Re: What makes the difference? on the web or on the beach?

    Quote Originally Posted by lacrayfish View Post
    Here on blogs, guys are eager to show off naked or at least their dicks. On the beach or in a park, if you ask someone you admire to show off with the pants down, they will whack your jaw and get a broken jaw.
    On a blog , it seems to be OK for people to admire them but on the ground they would think you are a nut case or weirdo.

    What is the difference?
    Ok, I'll bite.

    The only way to tell FOR CERTAIN is to make sure it's the same people in both instances. In science, this is what the statisticians would called a paired observation, a before and after in the same population, if you will. Then you need to tally up the numbers and see how many of the people who are keen to get their knobs out on the internet are keen to get them out at the park/beach, and how many are not interested in a private showing and will break your jaw instead. Only from there can you work out what the difference is.


    This will not give you any insight other than the numbers, though. The psychology of it all, which is probably the crux of your question, is another matter entirely. I suspect you're asking the people in the park who aren't likely to get their knobs out in either instance, however, and that's your first mistake.
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